"business as usual'' at Guantanamo

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While the use of special forces is down and evidence gleaned from torture is outlawed, the Obama administration has also appealed habeas corpus rulings, leaving some detainees in confinement even after judges have ordered their release.

"The problem of Guantánamo is not the access to video games or TV or communal areas, but access to federal court,''
said Jamil Dakwar, who monitors the facility for the American Civil Liberties Union.

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